BSNL Goes Out Of Way For Subscribers Facing Poor Connectivity; Here’s The Detail
Despite facing the financial woes, the State-run telecom operator BSNL is leaving no stone unturned to add to its subscriber base. With an aim to address the poor cellular connectivity in some areas, the telecom operator has launched the internet-telephony service called BSNL Wings. Subscribers can make calls using the Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) with this new service.
Through BSNL Wings, the users in poor connectivity areas can make calls with an internet connection and a VoIP service. Places where Wi-Fi is available, the telecom operators is dominating the VoIP market after launching the new service.
How To Use BSNL Wings
Users are required to pay an one-time annual amount to avail the service. After downloading the BSNL Wings app, users can register with login details and pay the amount. Not only voice calls, users can make video calls as well with the service. The calls can be made from laptops, desktops, landlines or SIM-less mobile phones.
Firstly, subscribers are required to pay Rs 1,099 as an annual payment. Following this, users can download the Session Initiation Protocol and a 10-digit subscription ID will be provided to them. With the help of a 16-digit PIN sent on the registered email address, users can activate the BSNL Wings service. They can also make international calls through the app, provided the annual amount of Rs 2,000 is paid to BSNL.